Carly’s coming back! Miranda Cosgrove confirmed that she’s returning to television with a new show, her first since ‘iCarly’ went off the air.
It’s hard to believe it’s been over two years since iCarly said its final “iGoodbye.” For fans of Miranda Cosgrove, 21, she’s been gone from their television screens for far too long! But the wait is over, as Miranda announced she’s part of a new TV show!
Miranda Cosgrove New Show: ‘iCarly’ Star Returning To TV
Miranda gave a status update of her new project on Mar.11. Posting an adorable selfie of her in the car, the Drake and Josh star confirmed she started shooting her new show’s pilot episode:
“Just another car selfie. Started a new pilot today called the Susanne Martin Project. Excited”
She’s not the only one excited! Fans are buzzing for her to be back on television after her two year absence.
Miranda’s new show, according to Deadline, is an untitled comedy being shot for NBC. The show, created by Suzanne Martin — the producer of the hit comedies Ellen and Fraiser — will also star Patrick Warburton, 50, and Carrie Preston, 47. Stars of Seinfeld, True Blood and iCarly on one show? Incredible!
Unfortunately for all of Miranda’s fans, they’re going to have to wait patiently and see if NBC will order a full season of the show. All those who want Carly back on prime time better keep their fingers crossed!
Is there a chance that there will be more iCarly on the way? Miranda hinted, in a J-14 interview, at a possible reunion movie that would bring all the show’s former stars back together.
“It would be fun to do some day,” Miranda said. “I think all of us are kind of hoping that in 10 to 15 years, after the events of the last episode we figure out where everybody went— because everybody kinda got split up by the end of the show.”
10 to 15 years might be too long for some of her fans who want to reunion to happen as soon as possible!
What do you think, Hollywood Lifers? Do you want an iCarly reunion or are you more interested in seeing Miranda in this new comedy? Insert body paragraph(s) here.
— Jason Brow